Burying Bokashi

How to Bury Bokashi Compost 

Bokashi composting is a great way to reduce food waste and improve your soil quality. Once your bokashi compost is ready, you can bury it in your garden to help your plants grow.

Here are the steps on how to bury bokashi compost in your garden:

  1. Choose a spot in your garden that is well-drained and receives full sun.
  2. Dig a hole that is about 12 inches deep and 12 inches wide.
  3. Add a layer of soil to the bottom of the hole.
  4. Add the bokashi compost to the hole.
  5. Mix the bokashi compost with the soil.
  6. Cover the hole with soil.

That's it! You've now buried your bokashi compost in your garden. The bokashi compost will continue to break down in the soil, releasing nutrients that will help your plants grow.

Here are some additional tips for burying bokashi compost in your garden:

  • Avoid burying bokashi compost in areas where there is a lot of foot traffic. This could compact the soil and prevent the bokashi compost from breaking down properly.
  • If you are burying bokashi compost in the winter, you may want to cover the hole with a tarp or other protective covering. This will help to prevent the bokashi compost from freezing.
  • Once the bokashi compost has broken down, you can add it to your compost pile or use it as a topsoil amendment.

I hope this helps!

Here are some additional benefits of burying bokashi compost in your garden:

  • Bokashi compost helps to improve soil structure. The fermentation process breaks down the food scraps into smaller particles, which helps to create a more porous soil. This allows water and air to move more freely through the soil, which is essential for plant growth.
  • Bokashi compost helps to increase soil fertility. The fermentation process releases nutrients into the soil, which can help to feed your plants.
  • Bokashi compost helps to suppress plant diseases. The fermentation process produces beneficial bacteria that can help to protect your plants from diseases.